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December 06, 1991 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-12-06

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Locations Where You Need
To Be In The 90's

At last...superior medical office space in
West Bloomfield and Novi. All major
hospitals, from Henry. Ford and Sinai to
Providence and Beaumont, are centering
their expansion in this dynamic growth
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Without The Wait

Individual suites from 1,000 to 8,750 sq.
ft. are available for immediate custom build-
out to your exact requirements. Attention to
detail is virtually unmatched...Parking at
your door. Exterior and interior signage.
Separate doctor/staff and patient entrances.
Interiors designed to project an inviting,
high-quality image for your practice. Plus,
you can expand in the future in either
location.

Two award-winning developers, Nosan/
Cohen Associates and Uniprop have joined
forces to design, build and personally
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Affluent, Pro-Healthcare
Client Base

A Window Of Opportunity

Both locations are enjoying booming
commercial and residential growth.
Average household incomes, over $57,000
in Novi and-$92,000 in West Bloomfield,
rank among the nation's highest. These well-
educated families seek the very best care
from the specialists of their choice.

When it comes to real estate—timing is
everything. With few sites -approved for
future medical development, now is the
time to take advantage of generous incen-
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lease rates that can provide you with a long-
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Tikvah Hadassah will host
a luncheon meeting noon Dec.
10 at the home of Carol Sole,
3973 Nearbrook, Bloomfield
Hills.
Birmingham psychothera-
pist Sonia Pone will speak on
"Parenting in the 90s. Can it
still be done?" Her talk will
include advice for parents of
children of all ages. There is
a charge.
For information, call Hilary
Isakow, 855-6209.

Evergreen Group
Plans Meeting

Evergreen Group of
Hadassah will meet 7:45 p.m.
Dec. 10 at the Maple Tree
Apartments, 28517 Franklin

Rd., Southfield;

The guest speaker will be
Jocelyn Krieger. Her topic
will be "Joyfully Jewish."
For reservations, call Evie
Budnitzky, 474-8904. A dona-
tion is requested.

Raquela Hadassah
Hosts Speaker

Raquela Hadassah will host
a meeting 7:45 p.m. Dec. 10 at
the home of Nancy Trabin in
Northville.
Jeffrey Last will discuss
"How to Discipline Your
Children."
For information, call Nancy,
420-3203.

Harmony ORT
Holds Meeting

Harmony Chapter, Women's
American ORT, will hold a
general meeting 7:30 p.m.
Dec. 10 at the home of Ronnie
Tischler.
An "Evening of Intrigue"
will be conducted by Patti
Davis, licensed private in-
vestigator of the Investigative
Group.
For reservations, call Donna
Goldberg, 661-5805; or Ron-
nie Tischler, 661-0907.

Chapter Hosts
Luncheon Speaker

Morgenthau Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will pre-
sent Dorothy Mills, im-
mediate past president of
B'nai B'rith Women's Coun-
cil, at their luncheon meeting
noon Dec. 13 in the Knob In
The Woods clubhouse.
Luncheon will be served by
Morgenthau's Yiddish
Groups. There is a charge. For
reservations by Dec. 10, call
Friedel Davis, 788-1636; or
Lil Meyers, 855-3894.

Hakol Branch
Hosts Potluck

National Council of Jewish
Women, Hakol Branch, will
have a potluck dinner 7:30
p.m. Dec. 17 at the NCJW
office.
There is no charge. For
reservations, call NCJW,
258-6000.

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JPM Hosts
Workshops

The Jimmy Prentis Morris
Jewish Community Center
will hold a series of
workshops.
Learn to Draw cartoons will
be held 3-5 p.m. Dec. 30. All
ages are welcome. Neal Levin
will teach cartoons through
simple instruction and
games. The workshop in-
cludes materials plus a
booklet to take home. There is
a charge.
Solve-A-Mystery will be
held 3-5 p.m. Jan. 2. All ages
are welcome. Neal Levin will
teach how to solve a problem
and figure out a mystery. The
workshop includes materials
and puzzles to take home.
There is a charge.
For information, call
Theresa Fulgenzi, 9674030.

Machon Plans
Party, Lecture

Machon L'Torah will hold a
Chanukah event for Soviet
immigrants 7:30 p.m. Dec. 8
at Machon.
The program will include a
Chanukah party followed by
a discussion on "The Struggle
of Chanukah Then and Now"
led by Rabbi Avraham Ja-
cobovitz.
There is no charge.
Machon will hold an educa-
tion evening on "Enjoying the
Sabbath: Why and How" 7:30
p.m. Dec. 9 at Machon. -
The lecture by Rabbi
Avraham Jacobovitz will be
followed by a question and
answer session. There is no
charge.

Ohel Moed Sets
Discussion Group

Congregation Ohel Moed of
West Bloomfield will begin a
monthly discussion group on
contemporary Jewish issues.
The first, titled "Answering
Questions, Questioning An-
swers," will be 8 p.m. Dec. 10
led by Rabbi Avraham
Jacobovitz, director of
Machon L'Torah, and Rabbi
Eli Jundef.
There is no charge.

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